Posted 29 September 2017

Viscount Matt Ridley writes at BreakingPoint.co.nz: "Here is a simple fact about the world today: - Climate change is doing more good than harm.  Here is another fact: - Climate change policy is doing more harm than good. These are both well-established facts, supported...

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Posted 20 September 2017

Professor Larry Bell, of the University of Houston, writes at Newsmax: "While the water temperature in the Gulf of Mexico is recently about 4 degrees above average, a review of major Gulf hurricanes between 1870 and 2010 by meteorologist Roy Spencer at the University of...

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Posted 20 September 2017

A report published in London three years ago by the Global Warming Policy Foundation argued that our climate is considerably less sensitive to greenbhouse gases that climate models estimate. A new GWPF report by UK climate scientist Nick Lewis, and Dutch science writer Ma...

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Posted 19 September 2017

THe UK-based Scientific Alliance takes issue with claims of links between Atlantic hurricanes and  so-called "man-made global warming" (aka climate change):  "But no amount of moral blackmail will enable us to tune the climate to our liking when long term natural process...

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Posted 16 September 2017

James Delingpole writes in The Spectator: "Environmentalism has gone too far; renewable energy is a disaster; scares abut pesticides and chemicals are horribly overdone; no, the planet is not going to end any time soon; and, by the way, the answer is nuclear... THis isn...

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Posted 11 September 2017

"The science publication Nature Climate Change this year, published a study demonstrating Earth this century warmed substantially less than computer-generated climate models predict. Unfortunately for public knowledge, such findings don’t appear in the news. Sea level...

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Posted 6 September 2017

 "The central premise of former US Vice President Al Gore's climate change films is impossible.  Not merely wrong or exaggerated, as many of his opponents claim, but literally impossible.  Gore is supposedly telling us 'truth' about climate science....But Gore does not...

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Posted 29 August 2017

Distinguished US climate scientist, Dr Roy Spencer writes: "In the context of climate change, is what we are seeing in Houston a new level of disaster which is becoming more common? The flood disaster unfolding in Houston is certainly very unusual. But so are other natural w...

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Posted 18 July 2017

Writing in UK's Sunday Telegraph about the Paris climate agreement, Christopher Booker exposes the hyprocrisy of most of the signatories: "The only G20 countries left committed to CO2 reductions (by 1.7 billion tons) are now those in the EU, plus Canada and Australia, respon...

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Posted 12 July 2017

"The objective of this research was to test the hypothesis that Global Average Surface Temperature (GAST) data produced by NOAA, NASA and HADLEY are sufficiently credible estimates of global average temperatures, such that they can be relied upon for climate modelling and poli...

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Posted 10 July 2017

"No one I know disputes that the global climate has been warming over the past century and a half, that sea levels have indeed been rising, or that human activities, including carbon dioxide emissions, have and will continue to contribute 'some influence.' The big contentions...

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Posted 9 July 2017

"To achieve the goal agreed in Paris of a maximum 2oC increase in global temperatures above pre-industrial levels has been estimated to have a global cost of $US17 trillion by 2040 (about 800 times more than was spent on all the Apollo missions to the moon) - and it would re...

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Posted 8 July 2017

In a recent letter to his community, Massachusetts Institute of Technology President Rafael Reif criticised President Trump's decision to exit the Paris climate agreement, for ignoring "consensus" climate change science. In reply, a group of skeptic scientists have penned a two...

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Posted 24 June 2017

Hat tip to Joanne Nova in Australia:

This post takes you to two short videos (one about 3  minutes, one 9 minutes), simply astonishing, utterly accurate and devastatingly honest about the politics of the  "global warming" issue. No one with a pulse can watch them and not...

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Posted 23 June 2017

This Breitbart paper has been described as "the most complete, accurate and persuasive answer to climate change alarmism to be published so far in 2017."  It concludes: " By withdrawing from the Paris agreement, President Trump did a wonderful thing for America and the world....

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Posted 7 June 2017

Mark Mills writes in Fortune magazine about the real reason President Trump withdrew from the Paris Climate Agreement: "The Paris climate agreement was never about climate science. Anchored in the premise that climate science is 'settled', the accord seeks to dramatically cha...

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Posted 6 June 2017

A new paper by Ned Nikolov and Karl Zeller, at Environment Pollution and Climate Change calls for reassessment of the 'greenhouse effect' in determining climate: "Consequently, the global down-welling long-wave  flux presently assumed to drive Earth’s surface warming appe...

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Posted 6 June 2017

In his own inimitable and entertaining way, Australian satirist Clive James writes about the difficulties of getting climate alarmists to admit their errors, but adds a warning: "When you tell people once too often that the missing extra heat is hiding in the ocean, they will s...

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Posted 6 June 2017

"By withdrawing the United States from the Paris Agreement President Trump has put the burden of proof on those private investors and nation states that believe renewable energy is economically beneficial. Far from being a disaster, this is a step towards a reasonable and spont...

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Posted 5 June 2017

Rupert Darwall blogs at spectator.co.uk: "President Trump has a surer grasp of the economic realities than the Europeans. The United States is now the world's hydrocarbon superpower. Thanks to fracking, it has surpassed Saudia Arabia and Russia to become the world's top energy...

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